Nosferatu

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Nosferatu Rating: PG 11+

3.1875 out of 5 32 Votes (Members)
Duration
64 mins
Year
1922
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Cast

This classic and much-imitated take on Bram Stoker's Dracula remains the most faithful version - and first introduced the vampire to the screen. A simple real-estate sale leads a businessman deep into the superstitious heart of Transylvania. There he encounters the otherworldly Count Orlok - portrayed perfectly by Max Schreck - who soon after embarks upon a voyage across continents to establish his terrifying power. One of the most famous of all silent movies, Nosferatu continues to haunt to this day.

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  • oscar, 12

    4 out of 5
    By
    oscar, 12
    Date
    2014-03-25 17:34:22

    The only two problems with this film where the music which was just a horrible blur and I just thought it was a little slow for example giving you far too long to read stuff.However apart from that it was very good.You could definitely tell the vampire is old and he didn't look human.All in all a very good silent film

  • James, 14

    5 out of 5
    By
    James, 14
    Date
    2014-03-20 19:32:46

    Nosferatu - REVIEW

    this is one of my favorite silent movies, it follows the storyline of Bram Stoker's Dracula but due to copyright reasons some elements were changed and later the copies of this film destroyed were when the Stoker family won in court against the filmmakers. some problems i found with the version i watched was the music is terrible (its much better on my copy of this movie), they allow too much time to read the text and i know most people say "but im a slower reader than you" that doesn't matter when you have already read the damn thing and they're playing it again and are still wasting time on showing it for 10 seconds. but for me this movie is great for the main star Max schreck as Nosferatu or Count Dracula unlike lugosi schreck brings this sinister almost creepy performance as the vampire. id recommend this movie to any fans of classic horror films, its brilliant and sinister at the same time.

    8/10

  • oisin, 10

    5 out of 5
    By
    oisin, 10
    Date
    2014-01-18 23:52:09

    Nosferatu is BRILLIANT movie its well made movie its creepy Dracula is cool in it I would give it 100000000000000000000000000/100000000000000000000000000000

  • Elisa, 10

    3 out of 5
    By
    Elisa, 10
    Date
    2013-11-22 08:11:46

    Nosferatu is a scary movie but i really liked it.
    there was no talking so that just makes it even more scary

  • Reuben, 10

    3 out of 5
    By
    Reuben, 10
    Date
    2013-11-14 19:38:49

    This movie was NOT scary! It is a silent black and white movie about a vampire. The vampire itself is very strange, it has long talons and walks VERY stiffly. The storyline on this movie was very good so that is why I gave it 3 stars. Overall this film was OK, the acting and the silentness let it down though.

  • sam, 15

    5 out of 5
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    sam, 15
    Date
    2013-11-12 15:02:55

    nosferatu is an outstanding silent masterpiece about a sneaky vampire who spreads a horrifying plauge around the town and comes to haunt the people of the town with his terrifying apperance can this madness come to an end? i loved this wonderful silent classic actually out of the small amount of silent movies i have watched such as "a trip to the moon" (1902) and "the artist" (2011) this turned out to be my favourite.What inspired me to watch this film was when it was advertised at an independent cinema in bradford where they on an ocassion feature films from the past and modern day. I really wanted to go and see this at the cinema but unfortuantly at the time there was only one screening and it was an evening showing so as much as i wanted to go i couldn't attend. But it did inspire me to buy it on DVD and when i watched this for the first time it was a movie that would keep me at the edge of my seat throughout the movie and was the kind of movie deserved to be seen on the big screen like that showing i unfortuantly couldn't attend. I loved this film give it 5 stars out of 5!

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